Next, Damien Sandow is in the ring with a computer. He says for the past several weeks he has attempted to engage Sheamus in intellectual challenges, but he has failed. He says that Sheamus isn't his intellectual equal, nor is any man. He insults the crowd and then says that the only thing capable of matching him is a super computer. He then says that the computer in the ring is Deep Blue, the computer that defeated Kasparov in a chess match. He says that the computer knows no equal. The computer calls him kind and he yells at it to silence.
He says that he will challenge and defeat Deep Blue in a chess match. He tells the crowd to sit back in silence and learn. Sheamus comes out and says that this is Sandow's most impressive challenge yet. He says Sandow is only moves away from defeating a super computer in chess. Sheamus says he has his own challenge. He bets Sandow that he can beat Deep Blue in one move.
Sandow reminds him he is on TV and tells him not to embarrass himself. Sheamus says if Sandow is too scared to let him try just to say so. Sandow says it's his reputation. Sheamus starts looking at the screen and Sandow says it's like watching an orangutan try to solve a crossword puzzle. Sheamus feigns like he is making calculations and then Brogue Kicks the computer. Sandow stares at the computer in horror and yells at Sheamus.
Sheamus tosses the table aside and Sandow punches him in the face. He then mounts Sheamus and punches him multiple times. Sandow then picks Sheamus up and runs him into the table. He then slams Sheamus into the table multiple times and kicks him in the head. He yells you're welcome.
Then Orton walks up to Bryan in the locker room and says Kane had to get treatment from the trainer. He then asks that Bryan put their problems aside. Bryan says he doesn't have problems. He says tonight he will take out The Shield and warns Orton to stay out of his way. Orton says that he doesn't like him.
Fandango kicks Ryder and then punches him. He then knees Ryder in the head, followed by an uppercut. Fandango whips Ryder, who kicks him in the face. He slams Fandango's head to the mat. Ryder goes up top and hits a missile dropkick. Ryder lands the Broski Boot for a near pin fall. He charges Fandango in the corner, who puts an elbow up. Fandango heads for Ryder, but Ryder lands a discus clothesline. He signals for the Rough Ryder, but Fandango counters into a power bomb. Fandango goes up top and hits his leg drop for the win.
Then, a recap of Ryback's actions in the past couple of weeks is shown. Next, Kaitlyn and Natalya are backstage. Kaitlyn says she is going to meet her admirer on RAW. Natalya says it might be too big a stage to meet him. Kaitlyn asks why can't she be happy for her and Natalya says she thinks it should be in private. She says he might be a creep. Kaitlyn says if he were a creep, he'd be texting Natalya instead.
Bryan and Rollins start off. They chain wrestle briefly and Bryan kicks Rollins in the back and front multiple times. He goes to work on Rollins' arm. Rollins fights out via a back elbow, but Bryan lands a dropkick. Rollins backs Bryan into the corner and Reigns comes in. He chokes Bryan in the corner with his boot and headbutts him. Rollins comes back in with a kick to the chest.
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